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Greenland is not a sovereign state.
Barnier is also waiting for the UK to tell him what will swing the deal - and needs the certainty of a HOC vote to that effect to confirm it actually would.
The UK "constitution" does not require referendums to ratify Treaties - hence probably no referendum on May's deal or any other withdrawal deal.
The GFA is actually two deals - an inter-party deal and an inter-governmental deal. It is the latter that would require amendment.
Amending the GFA would require a referendum(s) in Ireland - this would not be problematic if the objective is to avoid a hard border.

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